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Codex Dublinensis (Z, 035, e 26)
6th Century CE.
Written on vellum and palimpsest, 20.2-21.1 cm. x 14.6-15.3 cm. There is one column and 19-23 lines per page. The ink is brown.
It has fragments of Matthew.
Total number of leaves are 32.
The text is Alexandrian.
The words are written continuously without separation. Accents and breathing are absent. Old Testament quotations are indicated. Ammonian sections, numbers and titles of chapters were apparently added by a later hand.
Library of Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland.
 W. H. P. Hatch, The Principal Uncial Manuscripts Of The New Testament, 1939, The University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Plate XXIV.
The New Testament Manuscripts